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Problems associated with controlling sulfur emissions from high-Btu coal gasification plants

W. T Atkins

Problems associated with controlling sulfur emissions from high-Btu coal gasification plants

by W. T Atkins

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal gasification,
  • Emissivity,
  • Sulfur

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. T. Atkins and H. J. Takach, C. F. Braun & Co. ; prepared for the United States Department of Energy and Gas Research Institute
    SeriesFE ; 2240-13
    ContributionsTakach, H. J., joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy, Gas Research Institute, C.F. Braun & Co
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 31, A-10 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14879061M

    In continuous operations and prolonged turndown scenarios, low flow velocities are unavoidable. To prevent the aforementioned problems associated with low flow velocities, some measures that could be implemented are described below: 1. Injection of anti-corrosion and anti-scale additives in the piping / pipeline system. 2. Title: American Coal Issue 2 , Author: American Coal Council, Name: American Coal Issue 2 , Length: 64 pages, Page: 1, Published: Issuu company logo Issuu.

      10 Plasma gasification is different from other types of gasification in the view that it can process any type of waste whether it‟s MSW, hazardous waste, agro residue, plastics, tires, and industrial waste etc. Table Commercial plants based on plasma gasification technology Capacity Waste processed Location of plant Type of plant TPD. Tire fire emissions are 16 times more mutagenic than emissions from fireplaces times more mutagenic than emissions from coal-fired utilities with good pollution controls (EPA ). Oil, ash and residue from tire fires seep into the ground and contaminate the .

    High sulfur coal can be burned in plants equipped with sulfur-reduction technology, such as scrubbers, which can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions. Plants without scrubbers can burn high sulfur coal by blending it with lower sulfur coal, or by purchasing emission allowances on the open market, which permit the user to emit a ton of sulfur dioxide. Indeed, DOE reports that modern coal fired generators are equal to natural gas fired plants in emissions and produce “62 times less nitrogen oxide than a conventional coal plant.“ Thirty-four modern coal plants are under construction or being planned. Wisconsin is adding 1, MW .


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Problems associated with controlling sulfur emissions from high-Btu coal gasification plants by W. T Atkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Problems associated with controlling sulfur emissions from high-Btu coal gasification plants. [W T Atkins; H J Takach; United States. Department of Energy.; Gas Research Institute.; C.F. Braun & Co.]. The characteristics of waste streams that are predicted for commercial systems, therefore, are based on engineering analysis of the coal conversion processes and related operations, such as coke ovens and coal preparation plants.

Wastewaters— The following major wastewaters are associated with coal gasification systems: 1. Table Synthetic Fuel Plants Recommended for Project Independence Number of Plants Product Quantity 5 12 16 total 41 Shale oil High-Btu gas from coal Low-Btu gas from coal as fuel for power generation Motor fuel and clean distillate fuel oils from coal De-ashed coal or syn^crude from coal Fuel grade methyl alcohol from coal 16 x The efficiency of coal conversion processes to produce high-Btu gas is in the range of percent, depending on the type of process used.

This range of efficiencies may be raised to percent by including the heating value of by-products such as oils, tars, and sulfur. sulfur coals is inadequate and is expected to remain so. By shifting available low-sulfur coal to plants not meeting primary standards from plants which could burn higher sulfur coal and still meet the primary standards, some improvement in ambient air quality could be achieved.

It is estimated that a shift of as much as 36 million tons could. In Chapter 4 a strategic planning framework was established to assess planning for coal-related RDD&C. The framework is based on projected scenarios for future energy demand and markets for coal technologies, taking into account likely future environmental requirements, competing energy sources, institutional issues, international activities, and other factors affecting the demand for coal.

Attention is not only focused on controlling pollutants such as sulfur dioxide (SO 2), oxides of nitrogen (NOx), and particulates (PM) but also for controlling the emission of carbon dioxide (CO2). There is an increasing need to reduce the emissions of carbon dioxide Author: J.G.

Speight. Besides specific health and safety requirements H2S (also sulfur in liquid fuels) can combust producing SOx (SO 2 /SO 3) emissions to atmosphere, which react in the presence of moisture resulting.

Coal gasification is presented in terms of the chemistry of coal conversion and the product gas characteristics, the historical development of coal gasifiers, variations in the types and. Characteristics and impact of different industrial effluents from coal mines with a biotechnological approach of using green algae for waste water treatment-an appraisal: Kumar Anand, Occupational health problems at coal gasification plants should be less severe than those at installations handling similar process streams, such as coke oven plants, steel mills, and coal washing plants.

This is expected because some coal gasification processes operate at pressure and all produce large amounts of poisonous gases, so that leaks Cited by: 1. Full text of "Identification of synthetic fuel impacts: a preliminary assessment" See other formats.

This problem of noncomplying power generation plants could conceivably be solved by the use of this Nation's vast supply of low-sulfur coal. The U.S. Bureau of Mines estimated in that east of the Missisippi there were 33 billion tons of high-Btu coal, with one percent or less sulfur content.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Much the same as in coal-fired power plants, the oxygen-starved coal combustion process associated with traditional gasification technologies results in a liberation and emission of mercury and sulfur, as well as heavy metal particulate such as lead and arsenic, into the atmosphere, contributing to both air pollution, acid rain, and water.

@article{osti_, title = {New cleaning technologies advance coal}, author = {Onursal, B.}, abstractNote = {Alternative options are discussed for reducing sulfur dioxide emissions from coal burning utility and industrial sources. Test results indicate that it may be most advantageous to use the AED Process after coal preparation or on coals that do not need much ash removal.

and reduce CO2 emissions, integrates coal gasification to generate electricity and carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology to eliminate virtually all of the emissions associated with.

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF OPTIMAL DESIGN CAPABILITY FOR COAL GASIFICATION SYSTEMS Technical Documentation: Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Systems (IGCC) with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Final Report of Work Performed Under Contract No.: DE-ACMC Reporting Period Start, October Reporting Period End, May Report.

IEA, Modeling and simulation for coal gasification, IEA Coal ResearchISBN IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Program, Potential for improvement in gasification combined cycle power generation with CO2 capture, IEA report, report number PH4/ 52 Matchak, T.A.

The CAA indirectly, but more significantly, affects the U.S. coal industry by extensively regulating the air emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, mercury, PM and other substances emitted. High sulfur coal can be burned in electric utility plants equipped with sulfur-reduction technology, such as scrubbers, which can reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by up to 99%.

Plants without scrubbers can burn high sulfur coal by blending it with lower sulfur coal or by .Example: metallic iron can be heated with sulfur to produce a new compound, iron sulfide. The iron sulfide has chemical properties different from either the iron or the sulfur.

coal gasification- the conversion of coal into synthetic natural gas (SNG).E FE Problems Associated with Controlling Sulfur Emissions From High-BTU Coal Gasification Plants   E FE Considerations in Sizing Coal Gasification Plants   E FE Methanation Feed Gas Carbon Dioxide Level   E FE Mechanical Development Investigations  .